The turbines will be delivered between 2017 and 2019, the manufacturer said, with the first project expected to be online by the end of next year.
The framework covers the supply of 220 turbines and servicing for ten years.
Senvion acquired the Indian manufacturing facilities and product portfolio of fellow-German manufacturer Kenersys in August 2016.
The portfolio comprises five turbine models, ranging from 2.3MW to 2.6MW and rotor diametres of 100-metres to 120-metres.
At the time of the purchase, Senvion's CEO, Jurgen Geissinger, said it would shorten the company's time-to-market.
The firm established an Indian subsidiary in February 2016 in a bid to expand in to new markets, following its takeover of US investment firm Centerbridge Partners and Indian firm Arpwood Capital in April 2015.